Sites installed with 2.0 and newer do not have the post_status index. This slows WP sites.
|Reported by:||BrianLayman||Owned by:|
If you create a site from the 2.04 install and it only has the
PRIMARY and post_name indices/indexes in the posts table.
According to upgrade-schema.php, you are only suppose to have KEY and
CREATE TABLE $wpdb->posts (
[A BUNCH OF FIELDS]
PRIMARY KEY (ID),
KEY post_name (post_name)
However, in upgrade-functions.php, the 'post_status' index is added as
part of function upgrade_101().
Clean up indices, add a few
add_clean_index($wpdb->links , 'link_category');
add_clean_index($wpdb->links , 'link_visible');
It seems upgrade_101 is not called when a new DB is create because the
version is already 3440.
All of those other indices have been moved over to the schema file but
post_status has not.
Change History (7)
comment:4 @BrianLayman — 9 years ago
- Resolution fixed deleted
- Severity changed from normal to major
- Status changed from closed to reopened